Vanita's Blog Posts Tagged 'Married' (3)

This Mom is NOT Too Old To Party!

. . . I get to forget there are kids and diapers and housework and work-work and all that other crap. I get to lose myself in the music with the man I fell in love with.

NEWSFLASH: OLD LADY GOES DANCING, FATAL



My tween: Where are you and daddy going?



Me: We're going to a club.



Tween:…

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Added by Vanita on June 4, 2011 at 2:38pm — No Comments

No-Tell Motel to the Rescue

Midnight bottle and diaper changes killing your mood?
Non-sound proofed doors making it hard to"live in the moment"?
No where to unwind without teens arguing or toddlers pounding their baby sisters?

I know. Boy, do I know. With 4 kids it's hard to find the time to
not-be-mom and not-be-dad. To just be a woman and her man spending
quality time together.

Continued Here.

Added by Vanita on October 10, 2010 at 3:48pm — No Comments

Where did my femininity go?

Hubby: Baby, if I make over-time this week, we could take you out shopping for new clothes.

Me: Huh? What? You hate shopping and helllooo, I have no job, we have

lawyer fees, rent, bills, diapers and every other bloody thing

imaginable! We can't spend money on clothes for me.

Hubby: Yes we can, you need it.

Me: Um, excuse me, since when are you interested in what I wear? You never comment on what I wear, no matter how hard I try.

And then I stop walking (we were on… Continue

Added by Vanita on October 7, 2010 at 1:25pm — No Comments

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